It was a winning weekend for the Holz Racing/DWT/Motoworks/ Can-Am Teams at the AMA ATV Motocross Championship and World Off-Road Championship Series.

In Pell City, Ala., Round 2 of ATVMX belonged to Chad Weinen who took his second consecutive win. Wienen started the event by riding the fastest qualifying lap then swept the motos. Teammate John Natalie rode aggressively to place second in motos 1 & 2.

Across the continent, World Off-Road Racing Championship fans saw Jeremie Warnia and Josh Frederick continue their winning ways in Lake Havasu City, Ariz. Warnia and Frederick placed first and second over the weekend and top the Series Point Standings with 72 and 62 points respectively.

Jeremie WarniaJeremie Warnia celebrates his WORCS victory.

Collins Webster rode his Holz Racing equipped ATV to his second series win in Pro-Am ATV Class. Collins is the series points leader with 72.

On UTV platforms, the weekend was tougher for Holz Racing. RJ Anderson was leading the Lucas Oil Off-Road Racing Series Unlimited UTV Main in his Holz Racing/Walker Evans UTV when a collision with the second place racer caused a spectacular end-over-end tumble. Anderson was not injured but his race was over. Mark Holz drove his Holz Racing/DWT/Motoworks/Can-Am Commander to second position in the fourth lap of WORCS Round 3 UTV Class 1, but suffered a chassis failure which prevented him from finishing.

The next events for Holz Racing are the April 22-24 World Off-Road Championship Series (WORCS) in Anza, Calif., April 2-3 ATVMX Championship in Oakland, Ky., and March 24-27 Rocky Mountain Snowmobile Hillclimb Association World Championship in Jackson, Wyo.



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